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Lit-urday: Margarito and the Snowman by REYoung
The last time REYoung had a book published – Unbabbling, his first – it was reviewed in the pages of The Austin Chronicle by Harvey Pekar.

10:00AM Sat. Oct. 1, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Lee Majors Can't Stop
Icon is an abused term. But when you're talking about Lee Majors, any lesser description would be absurd.

10:00AM Fri. Sep. 23, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Q&A With Kurt Braunohler
On his personal Tumblr page, Kurt Braunohler describes himself as someone “inserting absurdity into strangers' lives to make the world a better place.” Although this eccentric phraseology may sound like a self-effacing goof, Braunohler is one the few comedians active today whose work is unanchored by misery.

4:50PM Fri. Sep. 16, Sean L. Malin Read More | Comment »

Texas Book Festival 2016: The Full List
Readers and fans of the literary, you might want to grab a napkin before feasting on the newly announced list of authors for the 2016 Texas Book Festival. With 280 authors on board – among them Don DeLillo, Thomas Dolby, Emma Cline, Jane Alexander, and Nick Offerman – you're sure to start salivating.

7:45PM Thu. Sep. 15, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Save Our Spaces March: "Give Us the Keys!"
With signs reading "Invest in Arts and Music," "Life Is Art," and "We Are the Weird in Austin," 75 local artists and musicians followed the Austin Arts Resurrection Marching Band in a second line down Second Street from the Austin Convention Center to City Hall to urge City Council to "Save Our Spaces."

4:30PM Thu. Sep. 15, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

David Wheeler of Dragon’s Lair Has Been Selling Comics In Austin for 30 Years
Like many things in this world – wars, businesses, families, feuds, civilizations, relentless amounts of Rey/Finn/Poe fanfic – it started because of romance.

12:01PM Wed. Sep. 14, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

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SOS to Council: Save Our Spaces
While Austin city council members hunker down over next year's budget, local musicians and artists are assembling to make sure their elected representatives and city staff don't forget them or the Mayor's Omnibus Resolution. They'll march on City Hall this afternoon – Wed., Sept. 14 – at 3pm.

11:48AM Wed. Sep. 14, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Connecting More Than Dots With Cloud Tree Artist Brian David Johnson
“There’s an idea I’ve been exploring for the last few years,” says Brian David Johnson, “and maybe it’s a bit of a cliche, that we’re all part of one giant connected system and the universe is just this big blanket of energy. Like, we’re not born, we don’t die – we just bubble up out of something and then bubble back down. And that idea brings me a lot of serenity.”

2:00PM Tue. Sep. 13, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Politics Upstaged
Everyone is talking about the election this year, and when we say everyone, we mean artists, too. This fall, more than at any other time in recent memory, performing arts organizations and presenters are programming material with a decidedly political bent.

12:10PM Tue. Sep. 13, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

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